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GCSE achievements: Congratulations to all

Congratulations to our exceptional students on their remarkable achievements in their GCSE exams results today.

GCSE achievements: Congratulations to all

Our students unwavering commitment to academic excellence this year has been truly inspiring and has led them to tremendous success.

We are delighted with the high grades at 9 to 6 (formerly A* to B) in both English and Maths for all learner groups at Westminster Kingsway College, which is above pre-pandemic years. Equally, the same high grades for English at City and Islington College (CANDI) are above the 2018-19 academic year.

Overall, Capital City College Group (CCCG) has demonstrated improvements in the GCSE English 9 to 6 grades when compared to the 2018-19 pre-pandemic academic year.

Among this year’s high achievers were Ali Derakhty, Ali Bozan, Sabrina Merah, Fatma Onay, Caspar Knight and Noori Elham who all achieved a grade 8 in Maths, and Murat Das who attained a grade 8 in English and a 5 in Maths.

Other top performers included Joyce Kalunga who gained a 7 in English and a 5 in Maths, and Sachi Kronje, Parisa Azimivahdat and Erika Steponaviciute who all received a grade 7 in Maths and a 5 in English.

These great results serve as a testament to relentless hard work and unwavering determination. Students should feel immensely proud of their well-deserved accomplishments, and we wish them well for their next steps.

We also wish to express our profound gratitude and admiration for the exceptional dedication of our teachers, managers and support staff. Their unwavering support and expert guidance have been instrumental in crafting this transformative educational journey for our students.

The high grades achieved across both English and Maths GCSE mirrors the nurturing learning environment fostered by the CCCG community which were also recognised during our Ofsted inspection.

Kurt Hintz, Executive Principal at CCCG, said: “Congratulations to all our students for their commendable achievements in the GCSE exams. Their dedication and hard work have paid off, and the results reflect the efforts they have put into their studies.

“As our students move on to the next phase of their educational journey, we wish them every success and continued growth.”

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